A total of 25 firefighters battled a major blaze at a north-east house overnight.
Crews were alerted to the dwelling fire in Rora, near Mintlaw, at 11.28pm.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said: “It was a dwelling fire. The whole building was involved. The roof of the building collapsed.
“It was a detached building consisting of two floors.
“All persons were accounted for.”
Four units were sent to the scene, as well as an appliance carrying extra water, and crews used two hose-reel jets, breathing apparatus and an ultra high-pressure lance in battling the blaze.
The stop message was received at 1.51am.
A police spokesman said: “There were no injuries.
“Some inquiries are being done in relation to the fire to try and establish the cause.”